- 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
- 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
- Weekend Brunch
- 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
- Dress code
- Smart casual; long pants and closed-toe shoes required for gentlemen No sportswear, sandals, flip-flops or slippers
- Yu Yuan Beijing Duck
Traditional Beijing duck served with Condiments
- Steamed Live Abalone
Glass Noodles, Garlic Sauce
- Weekend dim sum brunch
Six-course menu including six varieties of dim sum
Meet the team
Kwok Wai ToHead Chef
“My dishes are a culinary narrative that reflect not only my personal journey but also the rich tapestry of flavours that I’ve encountered along the way.”
Qing Bing WuDim Sum Chef
“I believe that the essence of dim sum lies in the quality of its ingredients and the creation of a welcoming atmosphere.”
More Dining Options
The Market KitchenReminiscent of a bustling European market hall, this show-stopping buffet is an international bazaar of foods, flavours and cuisines, all prepared à la minute at interactive, live cooking stations.
OULOUL pays homage to the ever-changing identity of after-hours Seoul. This late-night contemporary bar is an artful exploration of the city’s traditional history, the turn of the century, and of today and beyond, where Korean specialties and seasonal drinks are served alongside bar bites crafted by world-class chefs.
Charles H.Exotic, glamorous and steeped in the worldly romance of its namesake bon vivant, the legendary Charles H. Baker, this intimate bar discreetly hidden away on our lower level is where cocktail connoisseurs go to find the perfect drink.
In-Room DiningWhether you want to share a romantic dinner in the privacy of your room or suite, need to host an impromptu meeting or are just looking for a quiet evening in, our extensive, in-room menu offers just what you’re looking for, day or night.
BoccalinoSun-drenched marble walls, gleaming metal accents and cognac leather banquettes perfectly match the contemporary renditions of classic southern Italian dishes you’ll find here, each prepared with passion and showmanship in our open kitchen.